Thanks for the information! It is very helpful. I have been able to secure a good core and I am tearing it down now to send off parts and pieces to Dan and Mark. Wanting to make sure this is the way to go for the Zenith as once the ball starts rolling, I want to keep going in the same direction.
Found some information about your 750 on WW's website. Would like to know if you are enjoying your 3.0 liter Corvair . Has it met your expectations? Do you have good climb perfomance with two up and full fuel? I am asking because I am considering the Cruzer with a Corvair and you are the closest 750 driver to me with a Corvair. I live in Redding,
Density Altitude is an issue here 6 months out of the year. Thinking it might be the same for you in the high desert.
I'm also putting a WW corvair engine in a 750. I'm getting ready to start on engine install and was wondering if you would mind sharing some info on how you installed all of your electrical conponents and engine compartment items.
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